Netwon's Three Laws of Motion

Netwon's Three Laws of Motion

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  • Every object must remain at rest or in a straight line unless a external force acts upon it
  • Law Number One
  • Law of Inertia
  • All forces are not balanced. The amount of acceleration for an object , is depended on the mass of the object
  • Law Number Two
  • Law of Action
  • Every force in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction
  • Law Number Three
  • Law of Motion
  • The blue arrow is showing thrust, which is the external force, acting upon the object, which is the rocket .
  • The bigger the arrow the stronger the force. The smaller the arrow the weaker the force.
  • When there is no blue arrow , the red arrow, represents the rocket being pulled down to the point were it is at rest or in a straight line. 
  • The red arrow means gravity . The blue arrow means thrust. 
  • The left rocket takes less thrust to go up because it is a smaller rocket, and the rocket to the right takes more thrust because its a bigger rocket and needs more thrust to go up. 
  • There is always gravity acting upon us, but in this example the opposite reaction would be thrust coming out from the bottom of the rocket . 
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